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huff3r last won the day on May 11 2019

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    Paul E
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    Working on my cars, Watching motorsports, fiddling with powerful things

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  1. Just be aware the $50 for a flexibin is just for the bag and does not include collection. Often places will take cleanfill with little or no charge, but you'd need a way to get it there. Or advertise on Facebook, someone might want it to fill holes etc.
  2. With that much land a large zero turn might be the way to go, it'll cost you more than a "lawn tractor" type, but will have a much wider cutting deck and save you considerable time. Dad uses a semi-commercial Husqvarna and loves it, it's massive with a seatbelt and rollbar but it makes short work of his acre.
  3. Any of the above. Get restricted. Get full. Buy s1000rr.
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    New GST import stuff

    Sorry I was referring to still shipping to NZ, in which Amazon US still will but all their other sites no longer do.
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    New GST import stuff

    Amazon US still does, all their other sites no longer ship to NZ
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    Quick rant thread.

    That's all easily said, but it's pretty easy to get caught out buying off websites that appear to be NZ based, only to find out everything is shipped straight from China etc. It can be too late by the time you realise that your simple online purchase is actually you importing goods. Sure most overseas websites for car parts it's obvious, but many overseas companies also have an NZ website that is only a front.
  7. Oh I'm not going back to Palmy! Probably. Never say never 😂
  8. They'd probably give you a solid 7 wire fence. Just wait til I move South of the Bombays first, I'd rather be stuck out of than stuck in Auckland!
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    Quick rant thread.

    Definitely not everything. SCA being the perfect example, every store is corporate owned. I have a feeling Bunnings is too
  10. Whenuapai Aviation Sports Club
  11. Fortunately over Auckland it's 100% legal and very easy! Uncontrolled airspace below 2500' over the city.
  12. Super foggy morning cleared to a beautiful day for a scenic flight over Auckland. Another 1.3hrs in the logbook.
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    All last century. And actually believe it or not the NZ military is at the cutting edge in many ways. Nowadays new technology is often too expensive and too much of an unknown, when they can pay a soldier peanuts to do the same job, but with the adaptability to be trained for a different one as necessary. My job in particular could be greatly assisted by AI, but definitely not replaced. It is the Human factor that makes us as good as we are.
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    Oh how I wish that were true. The military are last adopters not first, it's very difficult to replace human thought and adaptability on the battle front. It sure as hell would make my job easier if the military had more automation technology!
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